Jimmy in a jar
Jimmy lives in a jar,
Watched over by his every move so he can’t go far.
No freedom to roam,
Every action is condemned,
Even in his own home.
But one day, he runs and the jar begins to shake,
He screams so loud,
The jar finally brakes.
Freedom at last for the long waiting kid.
And just as he flees on goes the lid.
Jimmy is back in the jar
Copyright © RP Kumari | Year Posted 2005
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